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UPLOADS


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audio
Year
3
2003
3
2001
1
2000
3
(No Date)
Topics & Subjects
3
Plunderphonics
2
Alt. Rock
2
Found Sounds
2
New Wave
1
Ambient
1
Ballad
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Collection
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Creator
3
the fisticuffs uk
1
father bingo
1
r. hennessy
1
radio free marist
1
the pennock bridge collective
1
various artists
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Ourmedia
Jul 29, 2006 Radio Free Marist
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Radio Free Marist bravely returns to the "air" after a two year hiatus! Your brave hosts discuss the old show, the new show, bravely try out the new Burger King Quad Stacker, and discuss horsies and their implications on gambling.
Topics: rfm, burger king, horsies
Ourmedia
May 5, 2006
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Radio Free Marist theme song. Podcast test.
Crackerbox
Jun 10, 2005 Vinyl Boy
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The Christmas Album covers 1997 to January 2001 and some pretty extreme audio plundering. The oldest song is "Gossta Heat em Up" from 1997, when I was 15, made with a Walkman and a boombox. The longest song is "Urine Pop" at 20 minutes, made on a computer. "Episode 1" was my first song made on a computer. "Episode 3" took the longest to make, probably six months. The shortest song is "900 foot nemo" at 1:05, made on computer with help from...
Topics: Found Sounds, Plunderphonics, Samples, Cheap Electronics
Crackerbox
Jun 6, 2005 The Pennock Bridge Collective
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Recorded over the course of a week at a house in West Grove, Pennsylvania, The Pennock Bridge Collective's debut album was recorded by a ten-member supergroup. The PBC is made up of the seven members of The Spinto Band, plus Spencer Owen, Ryan Hennessy (aka Vinyl Boy) and Mike Remiker of The Fisticuffs UK. The album stirs all of its members' influences in one big pot. There's Bachrach-inspired pop, Fresh Prince style hip-hop, romantic ballads, classic new wave, and ambient, I don't know,...
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Topics: Ballad, Gangsta Rap, New Wave, Soul, lo-fi amateur pop, Ambient, Experimental, Old School
Crackerbox
Jun 6, 2005 The Fisticuffs UK
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Live recording of the Fisticuffs UK playing at Luther's Blues in Madison, WI. Features "You're My Favorite TV Show", "Sexy Night" and the band's live cover staple, "Pony" by Ginuwine.
Crackerbox
Jun 3, 2005 The Fisticuffs UK
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The debut full-length CD from the Fisticuffs UK, The Big Letdown is a ten-song collection recorded basement-style on a fourtrack. Hope you like it lo-fi!
Topics: Alt. Rock, New Wave, Pub Rock, Power Pop
Crackerbox
Jun 3, 2005 The Fisticuffs UK
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This EP represents the fruits of the Fisties first foray into a reocrding studio. Five rockin' ditties in all, including "Follow Through" and a newly re-rocked version of "Rebecca".
Topic: Alt. Rock
Crackerbox
May 31, 2005 Father Bingo
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Father Bingo is the solo musical project of Philadelphian graphic artist Mike Lebovitz. "Hygienic Productions," his debut, tells the story of 1940s exploitation film promoter Kroger Babb and his decline. Not all of Mike's songs are depressing or about obscure people from film history. Mike can also be seen kicking your ass with the Philly punk band Stereo Atomico.
Topic: Indie-Pop
Crackerbox
May 26, 2005 Various Artists
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From June 2002 to June 2003, Crackerbox.net hosted a series of weekly deathmatches pitting songs by basement recording artists up against each other. Fans voted for their favorite each week. Waiting for the winner was a gold medal, presidential phone calls, generous gifts from our sponsors, and all the other spoils that come with a blood-soaked victory. But pity the poor loser, who became destined to face a lifetime of eternal shame. This compilation features the big winners, underdogs and fan...
Topics: Synthpop, Plunderphonics, downtempo, indie-pop, acoustic, lo-fi, Brazilian Pop Rock
Community Audio
May 22, 2005 R. Hennessy
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This is an hour of sound collage, ranging from unlistenable garbage to ultra-danceable beat mixes. Entirely made of samples, chopped up, spat out. You'll probably still be able to recognize them. Features the hit song "Spanjo." Also, there is one song made with a calculator placed next to a radio. "Any attempt to connect with the listener on a personal basis through the music seems to have been abandoned, as I couldn't make heads or tails of much of what was cobbled together......
Topics: Found Sounds, Plunderphonics